You can also see it on YouTube:
Preparation of the exhibition for all senses is in full swing. We look forward to introducing it to the world.
Prague Botanical Garden has issued a media report about the exhibition for all senses on 7th August 2018. You can read it translated into English. The original Czech version can be found at botanicka.cz.
On Saturday June 2nd we took part in festive opening of the Park of Senses in Arboretum Žampach. Several hundred visitors paid the garden their visit in the fine weather, about 200 children joined an interactive game in the whole garden and arboretum. We were especially curious about the Park of Senses, where we tried our perception firsthand: touch on the pavement made from different natural materials; we guessed what is hidden in ceramic spheres without using sight, we were refreshed by fog, we tried chimneys and acoustic mirror, managed to recognize aromatic plants on elevated flower beds… surely we will come again. Thank you for excellent inspiration and the existing cooperation!
Arboretum Žampach, our friendly organization, is opening the Park of Senses on Saturday, June 2nd. The park enables the motor and sensory development of children with disabilities, the sensory experience is also available for people on wheelchair. The park is designed as a meeting place for people with and without special needs.
More info (in Czech) can be found here: http://www.uspza.cz/smyslovy-park
Finally the third International Meeting is here!
This time taking place in Budapest, Hungary. 🇭🇺️ We are happy to see and work with all the other colleagues from different parts of Europe.
We discussed not olny the planned exhibition for all senses aimed at visitors with special needs but also the long awaited conference.
For two days we worked together at the house U Minuty on the Old Town square. We put together the proposal of exhibition for all senses and the associated schedule. We were also preparing for the international meeting in Budapest.
We sent off an interim report of out project – and it has been approved. It indicates that the project proceeds with success. Thanks to the report we also received funding for a further period.
We dedicate our invitation to everyone who is interested in garden therapy. Lipka – organisation for Czech environmental education – will organise a meeting for garden therapists. It will be held on 1st March 2018 in Brno, Czech Republic. Unfortunately it’s mostly for Czech speaking participants…
Few days before Christmas, in the core of the city of Prague, in a wonderfull and inspiring space of the Czech Creative Centre located on the Old Town Square, we worked really hardly! Isolated from the everyday work tasks and rush, we focused mainly on the intellectual output no.1 – the synopsis of the methodology was prepared! Besides that, many other important things connected with our project were discussed…
We highly recommend such an offsite meeting to everybody:)